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The Department of Tourism (DOT) has reiterated the need to prioritize personal travel safety as parts of the country adopt stricter quarantine protocols to address the growing threat of the Covid-19 Delta variant. Read More
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) has lowered the status of Taal Volcano from Alert Level 3 (magmatic unrest) to Alert Level 2 (decreased unrest). Officials still caution against the threat of eruption; nearby areas are urged to stay alert. Read More
Amid growing threats of the Covid-19 Delta variant, the national government has prohibited travelers from, or with travel history to, Malaysia and Thailand from entering the Philippines from July 25 until further notice. Read More
In response to the potential spread of the Covid-19 Delta variant in the Philippines, the Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) has reverted Metro Manila, as well as the provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Davao del Norte, and Davao de Oro, to general community quarantine with heightened restrictions (GCQ-HR) until at least the end of the month. Read More
The Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) has taken back its earlier decision to allow children aged 5 to 17 outdoors. Local governments have tightened restrictions around the country amid concerns of growing Covid-19 cases with the Delta variant. Read More
In an effort to avoid the spread of Covid-19 in the area, Iloilo City mayor Jerry Treñas has announced that the city will be requiring all inbound travelers to submit negative RT-PCR test, taken at most three days before departure, prior to entry. Read More
Multiple areas in Ilocos Norte will be placed under localized modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) from July 23, in an effort to help arrest the surge in Covid-19 cases in the area. Read More
A new 75-meter bridge has been completed in Negros Occidental, allowing locals and tourists alike to travel more conveniently to the beaches of Sugar and Langub in Sipalay City, according to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). Read More